Travelodge Inn & Suites - Yucca Valley
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... outside toilet is chained to a heavy brake disc.
With only one waitress and one short order chef the service is appalling, but the tone is aggressively unapologetic. She looks hot, all in black. Her tight fitting hot pants and vest would look too small anywhere else. She shouts and points and is too busy to listen.
The food is huge and horrible. Dom's bread has mould on it. "I guess I take it off the tab".
I love it ...
... hotter. The mountains were rockier, and everything looked sandier, we were heading into the high desert. All the way through, the riding was great. The road was interesting enough, but the curves were not too sharp, and the hills were not too steep, so most of the day was in 5th gear, with an occasional downshift to 4th.
When we reached the last 20 miles or so of CA-74, there was a beautiful scenic vista overlooking the town ...
... we tried to leave we ducked into a supermarket to grab some fruit and ken realised that his card was missing, so we went back trying to find it but no luck. Will cancel it shortly. Anyway back on the road we drove from Prescott to Yucca. It was a nice drive so many different scenes. Tomorrow we will go to Joshua tree national ...
... remove the branch and let myself free, and in turn I received a handful of splinters, which finally came out and completely healed a few days ago.
Back to the canyon adventure. We sat above the canyon and enjoyed the view for about 15 minutes. This gave us enough time to get rehydrated and catch our breath. Then, it was time to go find another canyon to climb down. It had been established that I was probably the only one afraid of this endeavor, and I was ...
... of a tour we had paid for. William and Francis Keys were among the few successful homesteaders in this area. Their homestead has been preserved and gated off. You can only go for a ranger led tour at 10 or 1 and if reservations must be made. We paid $2.50 for the tour with an old age pass. This is a must tour. It is over one hour and a half but our tour lasted about two hours. We had to drive down a dirt road and ...